The New Forest Observatory control room

Last night was the most amazing beautiful clear night – and the Moon wasn’t too intrusive either (which is unusual on a clear night).  After a little extra “tuning” I set the two mini-WASP cameras off imaging a region around M57 in Lyra and I set the Hyperstar III off taking long subs on M92.  The data from all 3 cameras was shipped up to the monitors in the study so I could see what was going on outside whilst listening to CDs in the comfort of my chair indoors.  Top left screen is camera 1 on the mini-WASP, top right screen is canera 2 on the mini-WASP, bottom left screen is the Hyperstar III, and bottom right screen is the Internet.  It really doesn’t get any better than this 🙂 🙂 🙂


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